Linda Baylis

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The electric-field-induced structural rearrangement of smectic layers in the antiferroelectric and ferroelectric phases of three different materials is reported. The materials all have high optical tilt angles (around 30 degrees ), compared with the steric tilt angles deduced from layer spacing measurements (around 18 degrees ). The chevron angles observed(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relation in programed instruction between creativity, response mode, and familiarity of the material to the subject. Creativity was defined by scores on the Remote Associations Test. The two response modes were constructing responses and simply reading them. The material, drawn from a long program on heart(More)
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